Days

after CIPA2015

Sessions

The 2015 CIPA Symposium will have several sessions which include, but are not limited to:

A. Data Acquisition and Recording Techniques
   A-1 laser scanning and 3D imaging (Mario Santana)
   A-2 Mobile Mapping Applications (Fuan Tsai)
   A-3 Photogrammetric recording with 3D cameras (Pierre Grussenmeyer/José Luis Lerma)
   A-4 Underwater cultural heritage (David Gregory)
B. Platform, data-based and application
   B-1 GIS tools and applications (Bor-Wen Tsai/Chiung-Min Tsai)
   B-2 Web-based application (An-Rong Dang)
   B-3 Portals and Digital Libraries (Raphaële Héno)
   B-4 Digital Heritage Inventories (David Myers)
C. Digital processing and modeling
   C-1 Post processing (Fabio Remondin/Fulvio Rinaudo)
   C-2 Digital 3D modeling (Klaus Hanke)
   C-3 Modeling methods for architecture and archaeology (Andreas Georgopoulos / Christian Ouimet)
D. Application
   D-1 Remote sensing techniques for archaeological protection (Michael Doneus)
   D-2 Applications of BIM-HBIM (Stephen Fai)
   D-3 Disaster prevention and monitoring (Rohit Jigyasu/Koenraad Van Balen)
   D-4 Technologies aimed at preventive maintenance and monitoring of sites (Pierre Smars)
E. Special session and Case studies
   E-1 Cultural heritage conservation on globalization and localization (Cliff Ogleby/Rémi Wei-Chou Wang)
   E-2 Multi-cooperation for cultural heritage conservation (Marinos Ioannides)
   E-3 Cross border for cultural heritage conservation (Rand Eppich)
  E-4 Integration, conservation on tangible and intangible cultural heritage (Ana Almagro Vidal)
   E-5 Intangible Cultural Heritage capture and documentation (Nikos Grammalidis)
   E-6 Island cultural heritage (Yao-Ru Chen)
   E-7 Museum and exhibition technology (Su-Fen Yen)
   E-8 Museum and landscape (Shang-Chia Chiou)
F. Education and Training
   F-1 Teaching and learning (Tsung-Juang Wang)
   F-2 Communication (Minna Lönnqvist)
   F-3 Serious Games (Panagiotis Petridis)
G. Cultural Heritage as Collateral Damage in Conflicts
   G-1 Cultural Heritage as Collateral Damage in Conflicts (Ana Almagro Vidal)